The Jackson Institute for Global Affairs will host the inaugural “Kerry Conversation” with Sec. John Kerry ’66.
This event was originally scheduled for April 6, but was cancelled after severe weather prevented Sec. Kerry from traveling.
Sec. Kerry will join Yale in Fall 2017 as a Distinguished Fellow in Global Affairs. In addition to teaching, Sec. Kerry will oversee the Kerry Initiative, an interdisciplinary program that will tackle pressing global challenges through teaching, research, and international dialogue.
Attendance is limited to the Yale community only. All attendees must register here and show a valid Yale ID and ticket at the door.
We will start promptly at 5:00pm. For security reasons, the doors will shut promptly at 5:00pm and late arrivals will not be allowed. Doors will open at 4:20pm. Please make sure to arrive in plenty of time to be seated by 4:45pm and do not forget to bring your EventBrite ticket and your Yale ID.
For security reasons large items, including umbrellas, will not be allowed in the hall. Umbrellas may be left outside. Please leave your backpacks at home, as bags may be subject to search. Laptops may not be open during the talk.
Attendees are asked to please remain in their seats until the event concludes at 6:00pm.